A CNC lathe or metalworking lathe is a large class of lathes designed for precisely machining relatively hard materials. They were originally designed to machine metals; however, with the advent of plastics and other materials, and with their inherent versatility, they are used in a wide range of applications, and a broad range of materials.


More flexibility. With the addition of a BMT45P live tooling turret, the Lynx 2100 gives you more options for straight and angular milling. With a 6,000 RPM rotary tool speed and a directly coupled servo motor, the result is more power, more speed and less vibration.

PUMA 700

Need large capacity? Look no further. If you machine pipes and flanges for the oil and gas, construction, aerospace or shipbuilding industries, the PUMA 700 Series is a true difference maker. Its turning diameter maxes out at 35.4″ and the turning length goes all the way up to 198.8″.

PUMA 1000

This is the box way HTC that lets you do it. The PUMA 1000 sports a 100 horsepower two-step gearbox that outputs over 8,880 ft-lb torque, plus a thru spindle bore hole of up to 22″. Translation: It takes on a multitude of shafts, rollers, rings and discs found all over the oil and gas, construction and aerospace industries.

PUMA 4100/5100

Unrivaled power and performance. Heavy duty cutting is a given on the PUMA 4100/5100. That’s because the stable box guideway structure and two-speed gearbox brings the torque.


Increased stability. Not all HTCs gladly tackle heavy applications. But thanks to the all-new box guideway paired with a powerful spindle, the heavy stuff is a piece of cake for the PUMA GT.

Benefits of Turning Centers

  • 24 Hours a Day Continued Usage Abilities
  • Programmable Allowing for Unlimited Replications
  • East Software Updates and Maintenance
  • Once Programmed, Machine Requires Little Supervision
  • Exact Component Manufacturing Specifications

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